Books Read in 2012

* indicates in Middle English

  1. Ransom. David Malouf.
  2. The Thief. Megan Whalen Turner.
  3. The Book of Atrix Wolfe. Patricia A. McKillip
  4. Dune. Frank Herbert.
  5. The Knife of Never Letting Go. Patrick Ness.
  6. The Septembers of Shiraz. Dalia Sofer.
  7. Dealing with Dragons. Patricia C. Wrede.
  8. The Ask and the Answer. Patrick Ness.
  9. Tales from Earthsea. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  10. State of Wonder. Ann Patchett.
  11. The Icarus Girl. Helen Oyeyemi.
  12. Women readers and the ideology of gender in Old French verse romances. Roberta L. Krueger.
  13. An Equal Music. Vikram Seth.
  14. Ombria in Shadow. Patricia A. McKillip.
  15. The Book Thief. Markus Zusak.
  16. Victory of Eagles. Naomi Novik.
  17. The White Deer. James Thurber.
  18. Out of the woods: an armchair guide to trees. Will Cohu.
  19. The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms. N. K. Jemisin.
  20. Party Book. Sarah Fielding, compiler.
  21. The Grass is Singing. Doris Lessing.
  22. Christ in the Passover. Ceil and Moishe Rosen.
  23. Monsters of Men. Patrick Ness.
  24. Dune Messiah. Frank Herbert.
  25. Children of Dune. Frank Herbert.
  26. The Wee Free Men. Terry Pratchett.
  27. Zoo City. Lauren Beukes.
  28. Flight of Blue (beta). A. E. Howard.
  29. House of the Scorpion. Nancy Farmer.
  30. Tales of Beedle the Bard. J. K. Rowling.
  31. Luka and the Fire of Life. Salman Rushdie.
  32. Tongues of Serpents. Naomi Novik.
  33. Edgewood. Kelly Ledbetter.
  34. O Pioneers! Willa Cather.
  35. A Wizard of Earthsea. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  36. The Green Rider. Kristen Britain.
  37. War Horse. Michael Morpurgo.
  38. The Forest of Hands and Teeth. Carrie Ryan.
  39. Gilead. Marilynne Robinson.
  40. The Queen of Attolia. Megan Whalen Turner.
  41. The City and the City. China Miéville.
  42. Medieval Death: Ritual and Representation. Paul Binski.
  43. Figures of Life and Death in Medieval English Literature. Philippa Tristram.
  44. The Tombs of Atuan. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  45. Farundell. L. R. Fredericks.
  46. The Birth of Purgatory. Jacques Le Goff.
  47. Reflections on the Psalms. C. S. Lewis.
  48. Clowning in Rome. Henri J. M. Nouwen.
  49. Owain Miles. Robert Eastin, ed. *
  50. From the Earth to the Moon. Jules Verne.
  51. Orpheus and Eurydice. Robert Henryson. *
  52. Boneshaker. Cherie Priest.
  53. Till We Have Faces. C. S. Lewis.
  54. The Otherworld according to descriptions in medieval literature. Howard Patch.
  55. The King of Attolia. Megan Whalen Turner.
  56. Reaching Out. Henri J. M. Nouwen.
  57. The Vision of Hell: Infernal Journeys in Medieval French Literature. D. D. R. Owen.
  58. Miracle on the River Kwai. Ernest Gordon.
  59. Alphabet of Thorn. Patricia A. McKillip.
  60. Among Others. Jo Walton.
  61. The Girl with Glass Feet. Ali Shaw.
  62. The Giver. Lois Lowry.
  63. Brave New World. Aldous Huxley.
  64. A Wrinkle in Time. Madeleine L’Engle.
  65. The Age of Innocence. Edith Wharton.

Chera 2012

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